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Feb 27, 2014 10:00pm EST
minutes. >> host: we will be talking shortly with harry smith at nbc news. he has a new special or cnbc that aired last night on the network and it will re-air tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. looking at colorado and its legal marijuana sales made possible by a new law that went into effect this year. here's a little bit of marijuana in america colorado pot rush. >> come along on a ride with us. we are about to take you to a place unlike any other. where marijuana is legal in the sense of money is in the air. >> it's the first time i've smoked a joint in a long time. i'm not doing anything wrong. >> kevin and rachel arpad tourists oh so happy to be in mile high. >> welcome to colorado. >> host: joining us from new york this morning harry smith correspondent. let's begin with what led you to this story and to put together this special. >> guest: the first state in the nation to make recreational marijuana legal let alone the first place in the world to say this is something we are going to do an illegal way. a lot of people go to amsterdam and use marijuana or eat the little cookies bu
Feb 26, 2014 5:30pm PST
joint, one vapor puff at a time, pot is moving towards the mainstream. harry smith, nbc news, denver. >> there is, of course, another side to all of this. harry smith will have all of it in his hour-long documentary tonight on cnbc at 10:00 eastern time. >>> we are back with a change in the air that caught a lot of frequent flyers offguard. >>> well, this is exactly what target feared after the huge data breach during the christmas shopping season, personal payment information was compromised for as many as 110 million people. today target reported their profits were down 46% in the all-important fourth quarter of last year compared with the same period a year earlier. target said it could not estimate the future cost of the data breach including lawsuits and fraud claims against the company. >>> delta is making a critical change to its sky miles frequent flyer program. other airlines will watch this one to see if it goes over well. it doesn't so much reward f frequent fly miles. it rewards business travelers especially and a trend coming to the airline industry for some time. >>> af
Feb 26, 2014 7:00pm EST
. nbc's harry smith has chronicled this for a while now and has an hour-long documentary. and tonight reports for us on how life there has changed. >> reporter: at a private art gallery in denver, the crowd here has shelled out $100 each to hobnob over food and fine wine and locally grown bud. free from the confines of seedy basements and back rooms, pot is becoming a fixture of society. >> everybody brought different samples, kind of like a wine tasting. they were trying them. >> reporter: jane west put together this event. >> clearly there is a market for this. >> reporter: she is a suburban 37-year-old married mother of two. and makes no apologies. >> i think it is important to say i use marijuana and that is okay. >> i think there is an assumption that there must be this giant stoner class. >> right. >> in colorado. can i just say one thing? >> yeah. >> you don't look like that. >> no, i don't. >> reporter: her company, edible events, caters to people who are careful about what they inhale. and what they ingest. >> i'm one part martha stewart and one part walter wright. >> reporte
Feb 23, 2014 8:00am PST
, the arrest of mexico's top drug lord, plus a story from harry smith you don't want to the miss about a member of the 1980 miracle on ice u.s. hockey team who sold his most precious memory of that will magical year, his gold medal. that's coming up. >> "meet the press" is brought to you by morgan stanley. ♪ [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ [ birds squawking ] my mom makes airplane engines that can talk. [ birds squawking ] ♪ my mom makes hospitals you can hold in your hand. ♪ my mom can print amazing things right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] my mom makes trains that are friends with trees. [ train whistle blows ] ♪ my mom works at ge. ♪ >> you're looking at the world's top drug lord, el cha"el chapo"n arrested by pacific resources in ma dat zat lan on saturday. >> he has long been considered the most wanted figure in the mexican drug war that have left tens of thousands of mexicans dead. mark potter is live for us in miami with an inside look at the man responsible for much of the drug traffic to the united states
Feb 26, 2014 12:00pm EST
. >>> going to pot. harry smith with a special report on the big money back in colorado. smoking hot weed market and who is cashing in. >>> topping out or breaking out? the stocks that look tired and those who look ready to run. our traders are naming names. let's meet the starting lineup. pete, simon, joe, and josh are with us today. we begin with the real story on real estate with someone who knows the market better than most. ivy zelman is the ceo of zelman associates and called the top and bottom of housing. research in the industry is used by the biggest and best investors p live in cleveland today. it is a cnbc exclusive. cnbc's real estate reporter diana olick is also here today. ivy, welcome. it's nice to see you again. >> great to be here. thanks for having me. >> a year ago on this program you said it was housing nirvana. what do you say today? >> i knew you were going to bring that up. i think nirvana took a pause. during that time house price -- home prices were surging and we had attractive affordability and a few months after i was on we had rates spike about 100 plus basis
Feb 23, 2014 11:00am PST
, a story from our harry smith that you're not going to want to miss about a member of the 1980 miracle on ice u.s. hockey team who sold his most precious memory of that magical year, his gold medal. that's coming up. ♪ [ male announcer ] rocky had no idea why dawn was gone for so long... ...but he'd wait for her forever, and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. with 2x the meat of other leading brands... help keep rocky's body as strong as a love that never fades. iams. keep love strong. with 2x the meat. love the iams difference or your money back. >> you're looking at the world's top drug lord, el c >>> welcome back. you're looking at the world's top drug lord, "el chapo" guzman arrested by pacific resources in mazatlan on saturday. guzman has long been considered the most wanted figure in the mexican drug war that have left tens of thousands of mexicans dead. mark potter is live for us in miami with an inside look at the man responsible for much of the drug traffic to the united states. mark, good morning. >>
Feb 2, 2014 5:30pm PST
crisis in the country as many communities find themselves consumed by that problem. nbc's harry smith has more on that tonight. >> reporter: for the last two weeks, emergency rooms around pittsburgh have been slammed with people overdosing on heroin. 22 people have died there in just the last two weeks. more than three dozen people have died from heroin overdoses in maryland since september. most of the deaths have come from an insidious heroin hybrid, heroin mixed with fentanyl, a drug given to cancer patients for pain relief. >> it's even more dangerous. that's one of the reasons we see so many overdoses. there's an old saying about heroin called chasing the dragon. and it basically means that when people first start, they get this immense intoxication from the heroin. they're always trying to get that again. >> reporter: heroin use in america has nearly doubled since 2007. this year, vermont's governor used his entire state of the union address to rally his state to fight the drug's explosive rise. >> the time has come for us to stop quietly averting our eyes from the growing heroin ad
Feb 4, 2014 5:30pm PST
get the story tonight from nbc's harry smith. >> reporter: most every saturday you'll find raina smith cutting hair at bob's barber shop in melvindale michigan. if you hang around a little, the conversation inevitably turns to her daughter, jessica. >> she'll bring home at least a gold, i'm sure. ing right? >> reporter: jessica, a short track speed skater is competing in sochi. mom, dad and brother want to go too. the price, listen to this -- >> probably about $40,000. >> thank you. >> reporter: customers and townsfolk have been coming through with cash and encouragement. a spaghetti dinner at the legion hall, a raffle. at the ice arena. it seems like everyone in melvindale is pulling for jessica and her family. >> these are her very first pair of roller skates. she was one year old. >> reporter: not long after jessica started walking, she started skating. she even played hockey on the boys team. an alternate in vancouver four years ago, jessica swept her three events at the u.s. trials in january. come hell or high water, raina her husband rick, a truck driver, and their son travis we
Feb 24, 2014 5:30pm PST
it yourself community. we get her story tonight from nbc's harry smith. >> reporter: it looks like it's been a while since hamilton, missouri, has been the hotbed of anything. but stop in at the missouri star quilt store on main street and you'll see dozens of people from miles around who have come to see and hear jenny doan. >> all i was hoping to hear was "here's jenny"! >> reporter: she figured out how to stream-line a process to once took months, even years. >> that is our whole goal. it has always been one of these mysterious things that is way out there like our grandmothers did. >> reporter: now just about anyone can make a quilt in a day. >> people who quilt the old way. >> the purists, yes. >> yes, the purists, right. and they look at member like you and you're kind of a heretic. >> well, here is my feeling, we're kind of something like the mcdonald's of quilting. i know this looks a little crazy. >> reporter: jenny doan's quilting revolution started with a few videos she posted on youtube. >> i know it looks really hard, but it's so easy. >> reporter: in then, her philosophy. first
Feb 16, 2014 11:00am PST
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Feb 26, 2014 8:00am PST
's harry smith is back from colorado with his report. >>> and here's a look at what's happening today, february 26th. right now, president obama's on his way to minnesota. he'll speak in st. paul and focus on transportation issues and the economy. today, florida officials will likely release jailhouse video of justin bieber taken after his arrest for dui in that drag racing case. and certain portions of it said to be removed. and tonight, hillary clinton will speak at the university of miami at a reception for students, faculty, and invited guests. we'll be right back. ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ (dad) we lived... thanks to our subaru. ♪ (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. ♪ 800,000 hours of supercomputing time, 3 million lines of code, 40,000 sets of eyes, or a million sleepless nights. whether it's building the world's most advanced satellite, the space station, or the next leap in unmanned systems. at boeing, one thing never changes. our passion to make it real. ♪ and a hotel is the perfect place to talk to you about hotels. all-you-c
Feb 26, 2014 4:00pm EST
harry smith joins us with more on the legal state of marijuana in colorado. most recent polls show a lot of americans favor legalizing pot. based on the folks you spoke with for your special, how would that work on a big scale? >> reporter: the governor of colorado says what's going on in colorado is a social experiment unlike anything that's ever happened before. he was just in washington the other day and urged the other governors thinking about this to take their time and watch what happened in colorado. there no blueprint for all of this. while they're seeing tax revenue coming in. what is hard to measure is what the down side is. we don't really know what the down sides are of this yet. it's a big social experiment. >> you have goers, tour companies, folks creating edible marijuana. what surprised you the most reporting this special? >> reporter: everything. we spent an entire week there and everyday my head was spinning. i couldn't believe the scope of it. one of the things colorado's already estimated in the fiscal year to come in colorado alone to be worth over a billion dollars.
Feb 16, 2014 8:00am PST
the public games are over? nbc's harry smith has more. >> same-sex marriage an equal rights for gays and lesbians took a few more steps to becoming a national reality last saturday. >> i will formally instruct all justice department employees to give lawful same-sex marriages full and equal recognition to the greatest extent possible under the law. >> thank you. >> reporter: while proponents applauded, opponents were dis y dismayed. america is changing. and changing quickly. michael sam, a star football player from the university of missouri, came out this week. i heretofore unthinkable act for a player with pro potential. >> i'm michael sam. i'm a football player. and i'm gay. >> the fact that his teammates all knew and this was an open secret for so long is what really blew me away. >> oh. >> andy cohen is the host of bravo's watch what happens live." >> it seems like in missouri he was judged for how he played on the field, which is exactly how it should be. >> which is more than i an measure of tolerance. it's acceptance. >> i'm 45. i grew up not thinking that i could be openly
Feb 26, 2014 3:00am PST
. >> to your point, bobby jindal will be with us at the top of the hour. >> oh, good. >> yeah. and harry smith joins us on the exploding new marijuana market. that's on "morning joe." we'll be right back. ideo, three times zoom, and a twenty-megapixel sensor. it's got the brightest display, so i can see what i'm shooting -- even outdoors, and 4 mics that capture incredible sound. plus, it has apps like vine -- and free cloud storage. my new lumia icon is so great, even our wipeouts look amazing. ♪ honestly, i want to see you be brave ♪ ♪ it's where you email, yshop, even bank.e here, but are you too comfortable? these days crime can happen in a few keystrokes. american express can help protect you with intelligent security that learns your spending patterns, and can alert you to an unusual charge instantly. so you can be a member of a more secure world. this is what membership is. this is what membership does. you want everything.orks an expert ford technician knows your car's health depends on a full, complete checkup. the works. because when it comes to feeling safe behind the wheel, g
Feb 27, 2014 7:00am EST
for the conversation. host: harry smith joins us from new york to discuss his new special looking at the marijuana industry in colorado. first, a news update. >> president obama sends the proposal on the budget to congress next week. as part of the request, he will ask congress to approve spending more than five oh yen dollars on medical training to turn out 13,000 primary care providers over the next 10 years. the new funding is aimed at training doctors that can work in underserved areas come including for rural communities. this will seek to expand the national health service corps, a program that connects for primary care physicians with communities in need. president obama wants to expand the core from 8900 providers to 15,000 over the next six years. the associated press says the president's health care law has sparked concerns about a shortage of primary care physicians as more americans gain insurance coverage. today the president unveiled an initiative that he says is aimed at breaking down obstacles that is proportionately keep african-american men in power first and behind bars. the pre
Feb 26, 2014 11:00pm EST
correspondent harry smith talks about his documentary looking at marijuana in colorado. washington journal is live every morning at 7:00 eastern. you can share your thoughts on facebook and twitter. >> federal reserve chairman janet yellen testifies before the senate taking committee thursday. the first time since being confirmed to lead the central bank. you can watch it live at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span three. you can also join the conversation on facebook and twitter. >> blown out and broke. year in, year out. they fought the worst drought in history. they stopped, choked to death on arrenaron lined. -- b land. many were ahead of them, but then he stayed. hopes, andinery, credit were gone. resettlement.s. administration documentary "the ins."that the plao sunday at 4:00 p.m. eastern on c-span three. >> now, a statement right arizona governor jan brewer. bill the religious rights that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gay customers and others. >> good evening and thank you all for joining me here this evening. i am here to announce a decision on senate bill 1062. as w
Feb 26, 2014 9:00am EST
. >>> colorado's billion dollar marijuana business is growing like weeds, nbc news court harry smith gets an inside look at a company that's putting the high in high tech. >> reporter: inhale on the pen and a battery heats a cartridge filled with purr cannabis oil. for the user discrete smoke-free bliss. as you look around here, this does not look like marijuana business, this looks like high-tech start-up. >> the whole feel was supposed to be the google of cannabis. these are super critical co-2 extractors. >> reporter: the tie-dyed chul ture is ancient history. >> pound of trim the leftovers from the marijuana plant go into here. >> reporter: right. >> and maybe that much oil will come out. >> this is all part of a documentary tonight called "marijuana in america" colorado's pot rush, it premieres 10:00 p.m. eastern time and pacific right here on cnbc and harry smith joins us at post nine. we were talking during the break this is like waving a new industry created from scratch. >> watching a genie come out of a bottle. it's a social experiment and no one knows where it's going and just
Feb 26, 2014 11:00pm PST
marijuana. it's a billion dollars industry in colorado right now. we're going to find out, harry smith's joining us about a brand new documentary. i saw my doctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the only underarm low t treatment that can restore t levels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer, worsening prostate symptoms, decreased sperm count, ankle, feet or body swelling, enlarged or painful breasts, problems breathing while sleeping and blood clots in the legs. common side effects include skin redness or irritation where applied, increased red blood cell
Feb 26, 2014 8:00pm EST
the house democratic agenda. later, nbc news correspondent harry smith talks about his documentary looking at the marijuana industry in colorado. is --ngton journal" live is live every morning at 7:00 eastern on c-span. federal reserve chairman janet yellen testifies before the senate banking committee thursday. her first time since being confirmed to lead the nation's central bank. you can see it live at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span 3. you can join the conversation on facebook and twitter. >> is this a technique you hope will improve jobs -- [indiscernible] >> i don't think that is any of your business. [laughter] >> i think the glamour of reagan had less to do with his hollywood roots per se. the glamour of hollywood exactly, but it did have something to do with the skill and the grace he acquired as an actor, the fact that he always hit his mark. made beingike -- he out there, fielding those questions look effortless. that is another aspect of glamour. people who were likely to support him politically could see in him, sort of the ideal representation of their views because he didn't ma
Feb 26, 2014 6:00am EST
, producing about $56,000 in local sales tax. we're going to talk more with harry smith later this morning. >> why, is he a big pot smoker? >> he is not. he is cnbc's new documentary, done it for us, thrilled to have him on board. "marijuana in america: colorado pot rush" which airs tonight, everybody, and you can watch that at 10:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> coming up, we will talk about maybe some more pot, i don't know, but the business community putting pressure on arizona's governor to veto a controversial bill. we'll jump on that hot topic next. >>> plus back to him opimco's b gross, firing back on yesterday's "wall street journal" article. back in a moment. >> businesses continued to get better and i think it will continue to get better. ...return on investment wall isn't a street... isn't the only return i'm looking forward to... for some, every dollar is earned with sweat, sacrifice, courage. which is why usaa is honored to help our members with everything from investing for retirement to saving for college. our commitment to current and former military members and their families is
Feb 26, 2014 5:00pm EST
$600 million annually. in a new documentary on cnbc, harry smith looks at a company that's giving high-tech an entirely new meaning. >> inhale on the pen. and the cartridge releases a vapor. >> this does not look like marijuana business. it looks like high-tech start-up. >> the feel was supposed to be the google of cannabis. >> these are co2 extractors. >> the tie dye culture and black lit posters are history. >> the pounds of trim of marijuana go into here and that much oil will come out. >> do not miss tonight's premiere, 10:00 p.m. eastern, on cnbc. >> watch it. >> jim cramer just spoke with the ceo of sprint about consolidation in the industry. take a listen. >> what we're talking about is not going from four competitors to three competitors. but going from two, big, strong, competitors to three, big, strong competitors. >> three, big, strong competitors means t-mobile and sprint are getting together. >> well, who knows what might happen? but if that were to happen, and i'm not saying it will or it won't, i believe that three, strong competitors is better for the competitive landsc
Feb 26, 2014 1:00pm EST
harry smith tracks them down. >> yesterday i was a stay at home mom, today i'm a stay at home mom who can legally smoke marijuana. >> reporter: they have come to the new frontier of recreational pot. is anybody high so far? >> i feel buzzed. >> yeah. i've got a nice beginning of a light buzz. i'm sure another ten minutes or so, it will set in a little deeper. >> reporter: pot tourists who paid $500 apiece to indulge in the pleasures of a state sanctioned high. there's your first legal marijuana -- >> i know. so exciting. my heart is racing. i'm feeling a little sweaty. i'm nervous. but i'm super excited. i feel like i'm almost looking over my shoulder, like should i really be doing this right now. but i am. part of history. >> welcome to the new legal cannabis industry. >> reporter: we traveled to las vegas where we found 140 venture capitalists looking to get in on the action. troy dayton is ceo of arcview, an investor network focused on the marijuana industry. >> if you want to be a pioneer, if you want to be part of the next great american industry, then i think this is a good plac
Feb 26, 2014 7:00am PST
exceeded expectations. now, tonight on cnbc correspondent harry smith discusses the exploding pot mark in "marijuana in america" colorado pot rush. buried treasure hunters might want to swap their metal detectors for dogs. a california couple walking their dog when they came across a real life treasure of the sierra madre. >> people have brought us gold coins, rare coins, one here, one there, worth tens of thousands of dollars. but nothing, nothing of this magnitude. >> it's a california gold rush. a couple walking their dog in the sierra madres when they came upon a strange rusted looking can and several more just like. inside over 700 gold coins from the days of the arjal miners. >> buried all these eight different cans full of gold. >> this wasn't a bunch of coins buried in someone's yard, this is something no one in our business has ever seen before. >> not just gold coins but rare ones from between 1847 and 1894 in absolute mint condition. >> it looked as if it had just been struck yesterday. >> the face value in 19th century currency was $28,000. today they're worth over $10 mill
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Feb 21, 2014 11:00am PST
against finland tomorrow for the bronze. >>> time to check in with harris faulkner in for shepard smith from the fox news desk. >> it was not a miracle on ice there, gretchen, but they're calling this a miracle in miami. a woman jumping out of her car in six lanes of traffic when her baby nephew stopped breathing. she was quickly noticing he was turning blue. that's when other drivers on the road jumped into action as well including a newspaper photographer who captured the heart-stopping rescue. the cpr effort, revive the baby, but the celebration didn't last long. that little baby boy stopped breathing again. what happened next. we'll show you. and how some true heroes on that highway came together to save little sebastian's life. >> harris, thanks so much. >>> well, did anyone ever tell new york city mayor bill de blasio to practice what he preaches? >> the likelihood of a fatal crash drops significantly for speeds below 30 miles per hour. so we get those speeds down, it will be the difference between losing a life and saving a life. >> just two days after calling for tougher rules o
Feb 7, 2014 10:00pm EST
smith and harris, deputy secretary of state burns and linda thomas greenfield, we have all traveling throughout the region and this includes past and present officials this includes the broader dialogue between the two sides the mediation of effort has been incredible and i think that it has been extremely valuable in ensuring the effectiveness of that mediation after. he is the foreign minister of 20 years and the mediator of the epa general from kenya. so we have been engaged with other diplomatic partners as well including the european union and china that have all been engaged with their envoys this includes addressing the root of the problem. it is also unanimous that outside party should not take any steps to escalate the conflict will regionalize the conflict. as this crisis begins to unfold, we proposed that the security council is unanimously adopting an authorization do should our mission in south sudan. in turn we are actively encouraging member states to provide additional troops and foreign police units to that nation. including other nations in the region where they can
Feb 10, 2014 8:30am EST
in juba, ambassador susan page, national security senior director smith and harris, deputy ec tear of state burns -- secretary of state burns, assistant secretary of state for africa linda thomas greenfield and i have all traveled and engaged directly throughout the region as well as with president kir and the former vice president and the heads of state and foreign ministers in neighboring countries. secretary kerry, national security adviser rice and other high ranking past as well as these present officials have engaged south sudanese leaders. we've focused our efforts on supporting the egad-led mediation efforts, galvanizing support to open a broader dialogue between the two sides and directly supporting the launch of the verification and monitoring mechanism. let me just mention here the unity of effort behind the egad mediation has been incredible, and i think it has been extremely valuable in insuring the effectiveness of that mediation effort. and egad has put forward some of their very best people to run this mediation effort. ethiopia's former foreign minister of 20 years
Feb 16, 2014 1:00pm PST
. it causes, you know, misto look at me more carefully. it could kill me. >> that was michael smith speaking on the melissa harris-perry show this morning. he's a black man living in america, and for that reason alone, he fears for his life on a regular basis. as you think about the michael dunn case in the coming days and weeks, you might feel tempted to believe justice was served for jordan davis and his family. after all, dunn was convicted on four of five counts and will likely serve the rest of his life in prison. but ask yourself, was the value of 17-year-old jordan davis' life addressed in last night's verdict? as my next guest put it, the mistrial further sends a chilling effect to parents in the 23 states that have the stand your ground law or similar laws. joining me now is someone who spent his career giving voice to the voiceless, fighting against injustice, fighting for equality. he's been instrumental in keeping dr. king's dream alive and keeping the movement growing. and not only shining a light where it's needed but helping to heal and move the conversation forward. most rece
Feb 20, 2014 8:30am PST
. and it also hides her sleep. secrets that one nation are just covered by people like signposts and harry who have eyes to see. i do. cz the shell style meal actually helped me to help the aged. and so it can be examined. apple's new to granny smith and golden delicious at court. i think that adding some dried cranberries some crumpled up until the cheese. and someday you'll trip to them using the new oprah to continue to trade with you but if you prefer. these. he said. it's the mindset of a bow the us the apple cranberry. so shall it. we went in. noon. welcome change your world islam and you know tony and tokyo shares a look at some other stories we're following this hour. i am. a fragile truce in ukraine is being tested as violent protests break out in the streets of kiev delegates from iran and six world powers had settled on a basic framework for negotiations on a final agreement on iran's nuclear program. and true sense of
Feb 23, 2014 10:00am PST
the landmark civil rights act passed president harry truman ordered the military to desegregate. where does it stand today nearly 70 years later? i'm going to ask colonel irving smith a west point professor who studied the role of race. later worldwide premier of a music enjoyed from imagine dragons. the band created exclusively for the wounded warrior project. you'll not want to miss it. but first we're going to hear the story of jason earhart an army infantryman who answered the call to serve following 9/11. he was gravely wounded on his first day of free elections in iraq. this is the first installment of "wounded." >> a lot of great people in government are working to take ware of our warriors but there's a lot of problem and we just can't get upset about those problems. we have to find solutions and go to congress go to the administration and say take action, here is something you can do to help our warriors and their families our ability to change legislation and push the va and department of defense and congress to support our warriors and their families. it's one
Feb 11, 2014 11:35pm PST
, welcome back. richard sherman and malcolm smith from the seahawks. our first guest tonight is a fine actor, not just because he has an accent. you know him from many films, including "dracula", "the contender", the "harry potter" series and the last three batmen. next up is "robocop" which opens in theaters tomorrow. please say hello to gary oldman. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i also poi apologize. i thought your blow hole was going to have a -- >> right now i'm commando because some of the chocolate -- yeah. my underwear is in the dressing room. >> jimmy: that's a nice gift for valentine's day. honey, i dipped any underpants in chocolate. >> it looked like something else. >> jimmy: well, thank you for doing that and for always participating in our nonsense. we do appreciate it. >> i'm cheap. >> jimmy: are you a football fan? and i mean real football. american football. with a point on each end. >> i can't say i understand it. >> jimmy: you don't? >> i don't understand it, but i admire the art induste artistry. especially in slow motion. the linebacker with the ball and the receiver. >> jimmy:
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